Peter Friel, principal of Edmund Rice College, said the cuts would impact on GCSE and A level classes
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Principal 'won't make' teacher redundancies to comply with education cuts

A school principal has said he will not be making teachers redundant in April to comply with proposed education cuts announced yesterday.

It is estimated that 1,000 teachers and 1,500 teaching staff need to go to help balance the education budget.

Peter Friel, principal of Edmund Rice College, told BBC News NI's Conor Macauley the cuts would impact on GCSE and A level classes.

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